9 Similar Movies Like Wedding Crashers That You Should Watching Update 03/2024

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Leaving a fellow crasher behind is a violation of Rule Number 1. And we have no plans to change that! There’s no need to look any further; we’ve got you covered. See our list of the ten best films like Wedding Crashers below.

1. Old School

Old School

We’ll get our list started with a film that features a lot of well-known actors. In place of Owen Wilson’s older brother Luke, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell star in a sequel. If it’s been a while or you haven’t seen it before, take a seat and enjoy yourself because Old School has a lot to offer.

Old School Movie Description

A group of middle-aged friends decides to start a fraternity in order to relive their youth and forget about their problems. They must pass a battery of tests, all under the watchful eye of the College Dean, in order to determine whether or not the Frat is officially recognized on campus.

2. The Hangover

The Hangover

Would this list have been complete if The Hangover hadn’t been included? Even if we ignore the ill-fated second and third attempts, this one definitely checks all the boxes for us. A good time is guaranteed with Mike Tyson, Wolf-packs, and everything in between.

The Hangover Movie Description

Three friends discover the missing groom after a bachelor party in Las Vegas ends with them waking up to find that he’s gone. They’re in a race against time to find their friend in time for his wedding, but they have no memory of the previous night.

3. Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Now we’ll move on to the next film in the series: Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The comedy provided by Jason Segel and Mila Kunis is excellent, even if it doesn’t have the same one-two punch as Wedding Crashers. This is a sleeper hit that has grown in popularity, and it’s definitely worth checking out.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall Movie Description

Segel (Segel) is trying to move on from his painful breakup with his famous girlfriend when he decides to put as much distance as possible between them. When he gets to his Hawaiian resort, he discovers that his ex-girlfriend, Sarah, has also reserved the same trip. With only a hotel room separating them, Peter’s world began to fall apart when he met Sarah’s new boyfriend.

4. 21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street

With the addition of 21 Jump Street, we’re making good progress. This movie would be even better if the weddings were replaced with a high school prom. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum try to relive their adolescent years in order to give us the most accurate portrayal possible.

21 Jump Street Movie Description

Two rookie cops are forced to go undercover when the streets are overrun by a new synthetic drug and the only promising lead can be found in a high school. Before the casualties get out of hand, they must earn the trust of fellow students by posing as one of them while also tracking down the drug dealers.

5. The Internship

Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn reunite for a second time in a film that many consider the spiritual successor to Wedding Crashers, which they co-starred in previously. These actors’ on-screen charisma hasn’t faded even though this film was released over eight years ago. We’re certain you won’t be disappointed with this purchase.

The Internship Movie Description

Two businessmen are forced to change with the times as the Internet crushes the last vestiges of their antiquated business model. When an intern at Google is thrown into the lion’s den, he or she must quickly get up to speed in order to compete with other hungry, younger professionals for full-time positions.

6. I Love You, Man

You can’t go wrong with I Love You, Man if you want to stick with the wedding theme while seeing even more outrageous antics. It’s endearing, lighthearted, and hilarious all at the same time. If you’ve never seen it before, we’d give it an even higher rating.

I Love You, Man – Movie Description

Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) appears to be happy and fulfilled in both his personal and professional life. The fact that he has no close friends is due to his focus on being the best real-estate agent and a loving partner to his girlfriend. He needs to find a best man quickly because the wedding is just around the corner.

7. Swingers


This time around, we’re channeling our inner 90s kid. Swingers takes off from the same place as Wedding Crashers’ depressing first 30 minutes, when Owen Wilson’s character, played by Wilson, gets heartbroken. Don’t be alarmed! Once again, Vince Vaughn’s character, who makes it a personal mission to help his friend through his heartbreak, helps the movie move on quickly from this point. Cult classic status comes with a price, so watch it while you can!

Swingers Movie Description

Mike Peters (Jon Favreau) is depressed due to a string of professional rejections and the pain of a failed relationship. He turns to his friends for support. Mike slowly rediscovers the joy of having fun after being made to serve as a wingman for his best friend Trent. This gives him the confidence he needs to succeed in all areas of his life.

Swingers Movie Description

Even though this is *technically* a coming-of-age story, leaving it out would be wrong. Despite the fact that you’ve probably seen it a few times already, what’s one more? Superbad, a film about two best friends battling the odds against the world (or at least their high school), is hysterical from the get-go.

Superbad Movie Description

Two best friends are determined to finish high school on a high note because college is just around the corner. After all, they have plans to attend the ultimate end of year bash and will do whatever it takes to deliver the booze.

8. Hot Fuzz

Number 9 goes to the underappreciated Hot Fuzz. This film, which hails from the UK, has a lot going for it (and plenty of opportunities to laugh). You might as well not watch the trailer until you’ve seen the film, in our opinion. It’s an utter misrepresentation. Put your feet up, relax, and enjoy the show because Simon Pegg will have you laughing nonstop.

9. Step Brothers

Step Brothers

For those who enjoyed Wedding Crashers’ use of outrageous charades and stunts to entice the numerous bridesmaids, Step Brothers might be the right choice for you to watch. Despite its more direct and in-your-face style of humor, the film still features Will Ferrell at his absolute peak in terms of performance. Turn on the television, grab a seat, and enjoy the show.

Step Brothers Movie Description

Adapting to the new reality of their situation will be difficult for two middle-aged men who are overly dependent on their parents. After Brennan’s mother marries Dale’s father, the unification of the family forces them to share a house and, worse yet, a bedroom.